By Severine Edmonde. Living Room. Published at Wednesday, May 09th, 2018 - 22:49:15 PM.
In a small room, large furniture does not make sense. Large furniture instantly takes up vital space and closes in a room, however it isn’t just about smaller pieces, it’s about choosing the right smaller pieces that will help increase your room’s size and feel. Examples of properly scaled furniture can include the use of a small bench for a coffee table, smaller sized couch, chairs without arms and clear tables. One mistake that can be made is overdo the placement of small furniture and cluttering the room with too many pieces.
Overhead lighting tends to pool in one spot, focusing the eye to only a small section of the room but using a few smaller lamps in each corner will draw the eye around making the room seem larger. Try some cool wall sconces to keep the floor space open.
The basic idea is to set up your living room so that it flows smoothly and conversationally. You do not want a room that is choppy or chaotic with the furniture layout so that it confuses people and makes them feel anxious to be in the room. When you have a comfortable flowing room, whether your sofa is against the wall with a coffee table placed in front of it, or your couch sits openly in the room with a sofa table butted up right behind, you can put a beautiful centerpiece on it that brightens the room, adds a sense of your style and taste, and allows your guests to focus on it and find the beauty in it, and everything around them.
The next thing you need to decide upon is a good theme of your choice for the living room décor you have in mind. It would likely be best if you stick to a single theme per the room, encompassing the walls with similar decorations that work well in all cases. Clean and simplistic design is a safe bet. Make your choice wisely and work with anything that will get things looking good in the long run, as long as it stays within the realms of the aesthetically pleasing and not something unfeasible.
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